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The Crisis is Not Over! A Conversation with Legendary Investor Jim Rogers

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The Crisis is Not Over! A Conversation with Legendary Investor Jim Rogers

 

3-16-2014 4-51-14 PM

 

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Published by Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux speaks with legendary investor Jim Rogers about the future of the world economy, the coming economic shift and how to prepare for the future.

Jim Rogers is an American businessman, investor and author. He is currently based in Singapore. Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc.

You can get “Street Smarts: Adventures on the Road and in the Markets” and other books by Jim Rogers at http://www.fdrurl.com/jimrogers

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Dent, Faber, Celente, Maloney, Rogers – What Do They Say Is Coming In 2014?

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By Michael Snyder

Dent, Faber, Celente, Maloney, Rogers – What Do They Say Is Coming In 2014?

 

Earth-From-Space-2013-300x300Some of the most respected prognosticators in the financial world are warning that what is coming in 2014 and beyond is going to shake America to the core.  Many of the quotes that you are about to read are from individuals that actually predicted the subprime mortgage meltdown and the financial crisis of 2008 ahead of time.  So they have a track record of being right.  Does that guarantee that they will be right about what is coming in 2014?  Of course not.  In fact, as you will see below, not all of them agree about exactly what is coming next.  But without a doubt, all of their forecasts are quite ominous.  The following are quotes from Harry Dent, Marc Faber, Gerald Celente, Mike Maloney, Jim Rogers and nine other respected economic experts about what they believe is coming in 2014 and beyond…

-Harry Dent, author of The Great Depression Ahead: “Our best long-term and intermediate cycles suggest another slowdown and stock crash accelerating between very early 2014 and early 2015, and possibly lasting well into 2015 or even 2016. The worst economic trends due to demographics will hit between 2014 and 2019. The U.S. economy is likely to suffer a minor or major crash by early 2015 and another between late 2017 and late 2019 or early 2020 at the latest.”

-Marc Faber, editor and publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report: “You have to say that we are again in a massive financial bubble in bonds, in equities, in [other] asset prices that have gone up dramatically.”

-Gerald Celente: “Any self-respecting adult that hears McConnell, Reid, Boehner, Ryan, one after another, and buys this baloney… they deserve what they get.

And as for the international scene… the whole thing is collapsing.

That’s our forecast.

We are saying that by the second quarter of 2014, we expect the bottom to fall out… or something to divert our attention as it falls out.”

-Mike Maloney, host of Hidden Secrets of Money: “I think the crash of 2008 was just a speed bump on the way to the main event… the consequences are gonna be horrific… the rest of the decade will bring us the greatest financial calamity in history.”

-Jim Rogers: “You saw what happened in 2008-2009, which was worse than the previous economic setback because the debt was so much higher. Well now the debt is staggeringly much higher, and so the next economic problem, whenever it happens and whatever causes it, is going to be worse than in the past, because we have these unbelievable levels of debt, and unbelievable levels of money printing all over the world. Be worried and get prepared. Now it [a collapse] may not happen until 2016 or something, I have no idea when it’s going to happen, but when it comes, be careful.”

-Lindsey Williams: “There is going to be a global currency reset.”

-CLSA’s Russell Napier: “We are on the eve of a deflationary shock which will likely reduce equity valuations from very high to very low levels.”

-Oaktree Capital’s Howard Marks: “Certainly risk tolerance has been increasing of late; high returns on risky assets have encouraged more of the same; and the markets are becoming more heated. The bottom line varies from sector to sector, but I have no doubt that markets are riskier than at any other time since the depths of the crisis in late 2008 (for credit) or early 2009 (for equities), and they are becoming more so.”

-Financial editor Jeff Berwick: “If they allow interest rates to rise, it will effectively make the U.S. government bankrupt and insolvent, and it would make the U.S. government collapse. . . . They are preparing for a major societal collapse.  It is obvious and it will happen, and it will be very scary and very dangerous.”

-Michael Pento, founder of Pento Portfolio Strategies: “Disappointingly, it is much more probable that the government has brought us out of the Great Recession, only to set us up for the Greater Depression, which lies just on the other side of interest rate normalization.”

-Boston University Economics Professor Laurence Kotlikoff: “Eventually somebody recognizes this and starts dumping the bonds, and interest rates go up, and inflation takes off, and were off to the races.”

-Mexican Billionaire Hugo Salinas Price: “I think we are going to see a series of bankruptcies.  I think the rise in interest rates is the fatal sign which is going to ignite a derivatives crisis.   This is going to bring down the derivatives system (and the financial system).

There are (over) one quadrillion dollars of derivatives and most of them are related to interest rates.  The spiking of interest rates in the United States may set that off.  What is going to happen in the world is eventually we are going to come to a moment where there is going to be massive bankruptcies around the globe.”

-Robert Shiller, one of the winners of the 2013 Nobel prize for economics: “I’m not sounding the alarm yet.  But in many countries the stock price levels are high, and in many real estate markets prices have risen sharply…that could end badly.”

-David Stockman, former Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan: “We have a massive bubble everywhere, from Japan, to China, Europe, to the UK.  As a result of this, I think world financial markets are extremely dangerous, unstable, and subject to serious trouble and dislocation in the future.”

And certainly there are already signs that the U.S. economy is slowing down as we head into the final weeks of 2013.  For example, on Thursday we learned that the number of initial claims for unemployment benefits increased by 68,000 last week to a disturbingly high total of 368,000.  That was the largest increase that we have seen in more than a year.

In addition, as I wrote about the other day, rail traffic is way down right now.  In fact, for the week ending November 30th, U.S. rail traffic was down 16.3 percent from the same week one year earlier.  That is a very important indicator that economic activity is getting slower.

And we continue to get more evidence that the middle class is being steadily eroded and that poverty in America is rapidly growing.  For example, a survey that was just released found that requests for food assistance and the level of homelessness have both risen significantly in major U.S. cities over the past year…

A survey of 25 American cities, including many of the nation’s largest, showed yearly increases in food aid and homelessness.
 

The cities, located throughout 18 states, saw requests for emergency food aid rise by an average of seven percent compared with the previous period a year earlier, according to the US Conference of Mayors study, published Wednesday.

 
All but four cities reported an increase in demand for assistance between the period of September 2012 through August 2013.

Unfortunately, if the economic experts quoted above are correct, this is just the beginning of our problems.

The next wave of the economic collapse is rapidly approaching, and things are going to get much worse than this.

So what do you think?

Which of the individuals quoted above do you think are right on the money and which ones do you think are way off base?

This article first appeared here at the Economic Collapse Blog.  Michael Snyder is a writer, speaker and activist who writes and edits his own blogs The American Dream and Economic Collapse Blog. Follow him on Twitter here


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Jim Rogers Says “Abolish the Fed and Resign”

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Jim Rogers Says “Abolish the Fed and Resign”

 

It was an historic day on Wall Street with the Dow topping 16,000 on Monday. We’ll tell you why-and-what caused the run.

And the revolving door of Washington-to-Wall-Street takes another spin! This time it’s Timothy Geithner in the turnstile. We’ll tell you where he’s going.

Also, “What Would Jim Rogers Do”? We follow up with the legendary investor, and bow-tie aficionado, to get his take on what he would do if put charge of the Fed.

Finally, foreclosures are up from September. In some cities one in every 300 homes received a foreclosure filing last month. Is yours on the list? Rachel Kurzius and Erin discuss in today’s Big Deal.

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Billionaire investor Jim Rogers throws his support behind Ron Paul

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Source: http://www.examiner.com

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Billionaire investor Jim Rogers throws his support behind Ron Paul

Jim Rogers Credits: Courtesy of drpinna.com

As the economy Continues its downward slide due to the failed leadership of both the President and Congress, billionaire investor Jim Rogers sees no other alternative to turn things around than for Ron Paul to win the Presidency.  Rogers’ views on both gold prices and the 2012 Presidency were addressed on August 27th in a comparison made between himself, and economist Nuriel Roubini.

Jim Rogers thinks gold will double to at least $2,000 an ounce. Economist Nouriel Roubini says that’s “utter nonsense.” As these well-known market personalities duke it out, they’re doing us a favor by highlighting a critical debate: Which is the bigger threat — inflation or deflation?), not to mention gold (to the amusement of such Keynesian soundbites recorded for posterity as the following: “Maybe it will reach $1,100 or so but $1,500 or $2,000 is nonsense”), and especially inflation (perhaps the only thing that will prompt a chuckle out of Gadaffi and Mubarak these days is someone telling them that their multi-decade reigns are over due to hyperdeflation and plunging food prices), was caught on tape voicing his endorsement of the only sane person who can possibly do something for this country. “In this election if Ron Paul gets anywhere near the nomination I would certainly support him. He is the only one that I’ve seen in American politics that seems to have a clue about what’s going on.” – Zerohedge

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In the 2012 elections, the economy is becoming even more of an issue than it did in 2008, and even the 2010 Congressional elections.  More people have become unemployed in the past year, and the banking crisis has escalated, even after the trillions of dollars were pumped into the system by Congress and the Federal Reserve.  In fact, in Fed Chairman Ben Bernake’s Jackson Hole report yesterday, he blamed Congress and the President over anyone else as the primary reason for the continuing lack of growth in the economy.

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“Abolish The Fed! We’re Better Off Without A Central Bank”: Jim Rogers With Former CNBC Analyst Jeff Macke

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Source: The Daily Bail

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Jimmy Rogers transcribed:

“I would abolish the FED and resign.  We have had three central banks in America the first two disappeared, and this one is going to disappear because between Greenspan and Bernanke have taken on a staggering amount of debt.  Junk, a lot of it is junk and eventually it is just going to disappear because the U.S. is going to go bankrupt.  They are not doing what’s good for the world.  First of all they have taken on this huge debt which you and I would have to pay and everybody watching this show.  And secondly they have printed all this money.  We would have problems without a central bank but it is better without a central bank than with one that is like this.  We have to recognize the facts – we are the largest debtor nation in the history of the world, and until we at least face that reality and realize that we have been printing a lot of money and start to deal with that fact, it is just going to get worse.”

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